Win A Pass To The Advance Screening Of HITCHCOCK in St. Louis
Lurking behind Alfred Hitchcock, cinema’s “master of suspense” — the extraordinary film icon known for orchestrating some of the most intense experiences of menace and intrigue audiences have ever seen, was a hidden side: his creatively explosive romance with his steadfast wife and filmmaking collaborator, Alma Reville.
Now, for the first time, director Sacha Gervasi’s HITCHCOCK lays bare their captivating and complex love story. It does so through the sly, shadowy lens of their most daring filmmaking adventure: the making of the spine-tingling 1960 thriller, PSYCHO, which would become the director’s most controversial and legendary film. When the tumultuous, against-the-odds production was over, nothing about movies would ever be the same – but few realized that it took two to pull it off.
Gervasi and a cast that includes Academy Award® winners Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren starring as Alfred and Alma spin a story rife with surprises, comic ironies and dark twists in the Hitchockian tradition. But at the heart of the film lies not only the obsessions and fears of two people but the distinctively tenacious love that drove Hitchcock’s art behind the curtain.
HITCHCOCK opens at the St. Louis Plaza Frontenac on Friday, November 30th.
Fox Searchlight and WAMG invite you to enter to win a pass to the advance screening of HITCHCOCK on November 27th at 7PM in St. Louis
1. YOU MUST BE IN THE ST. LOUIS AREA THE DAY OF THE SCREENING.
2. SEND YOUR FULL NAME and ANSWERS TO: email@example.com – Subject line: HITCHCOCK Screening
3. HITCHCOCK Fact or Fiction –
- In 2012, PSYCHO is #18 on the list of America’s Greatest Movies as complied by the American Film Institute.
- Hitchcock made PSYCHO for $800,000 and shot it in black and white in 30 days.
- Alma died at age 82, two years after Hitchcock’s death.
- Hitchcock’s first American film was THE 39 STEPS, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture (but Hitchcock never won the award for Best Director, despite five nominations).
- PSYCHO made two-and-a-half times more at the box office than Hitchcock’s previous biggest hit, NORTH BY NORTHWEST, and Hitchcock was nominated for his fifth and last Academy Award for directing and once again did not win.
WINNERS WILL BE CHOSEN THROUGH A RANDOM DRAWING OF QUALIFYING CONTESTANTS. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. PASSES WILL NOT BE SUBSTITUTED OR EXCHANGED. DUPLICATE TICKETS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
The film is rated PG-13.
Fox Searchlight Pictures presents, in association with Cold Spring Pictures, a Montecito Picture Company and Barnette/Thayer production, HITCHCOCK directed by Sacha Gervasi with a screenplay by John J. McLaughlin based on the book Alfred Hitchcock and The Making of Psycho by Stephen Rebello.
The film also stars Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh, Toni Collette as Peggy Robertson, Danny Huston as Whitfield Cook, Jessica Biel as Vera Miles, Michael Stuhlbarg as agent Lew Wasserman, James D’Arcy as Anthony Perkins, Michael Wincott as Ed Gein, Kurtwood Smith as Geoffrey Shurlock and Richard Portnow as Barney Balaban. The film is produced by Ivan Reitman, Tom Pollock, Joe Medjuck, Tom Thayer and Alan Barnette, with Ali Bell and Richard Middleton as executive producers.
The creative team includes two-time Academy Award-nominated director of photography Jeff Cronenweth, ASC (THE SOCIAL NETWORK, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO), Academy Award-nominated film editor Pamela Martin, A.C.E (THE FIGHTER), production designer Judy Becker (THE FIGHTER), two-time Academy Award-nominated costume designer Julie Weiss (FRIDA, TWELVE MONKEYS), music by four-time Academy Award-nominated Danny Elfman (GOOD WILL HUNTING, MILK), and special makeup effects by Academy Award winner Howard Berger (THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA) & Gregory Nicotero.
HITCHCOCK opens in select theaters beginning November 23rd.